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Juan Chen  Identity Verified
China
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Jun 1, 2008

Hello, everybody.

I am Virginia from China.

I want to learn Dutch systemetically, but find very few Dutch learning books here.

Could you introduce some books of English to Dutch? So that I can buy them domestically or from abroad.

Regards,

Virginia


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Kim Metzger  Identity Verified
Mexico
Local time: 16:01
German to English
Learning Dutch Jun 1, 2008

Hi Virginia - if you have a search engine like Google, just enter "learn Dutch" in the search box (you don't need to use quotation marks) and you'll find plenty of resources. Here's one that looks interesting:

http://www.learndutch.org/


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Juan Chen  Identity Verified
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Vielen Dank Jun 1, 2008

Die Website scheint nicht schlecht.

Thank you.


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S_Angel  Identity Verified
Italy
Local time: 23:01
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My experience Jun 2, 2008

I have recently started studying Dutch on my own and I am using the "Dutch with ease" course from the Assimil series. So far I have done about 20 lessons out of 80 and I can say I am satisfied, although I don't know any other course so I can't really say if there's anything better on the market.

Good luck with your studies!


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Aquilone
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intertaal Jun 2, 2008

Hallo

have a look at this site, you might find some interesting books.

http://www.intertaal.nl/XPortal/WEBSHOP/ZelfstudiePakketten.aspx

and at the site of intertaal in general

good luck


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Juan Chen  Identity Verified
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Thank you very much Jun 2, 2008

I will follow your advice.

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xxxSpanish Trai
Local time: 18:01
Spanish
A book to start... Jun 2, 2008

Hi Virginia,

I can recommend the book "Dutch for self-study" PRISMA taaltraining. Author: Drs. Hinke van Kampen. For me, this book is a perfect tool to start. It has dialogues from the first unit, audio-Cds, exercices and answer key to evaluate yourself. The explanations are in English, so that you can follow the lessons without problems. I found it in a library in Holland, (Ateneo), but I think you will find it in on-line bookstores too.

Hope it is useful,

Regards,

Rosana.


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Orla Ryan  Identity Verified
Ireland
Local time: 22:01
podcast Jun 3, 2008

I'm interested in learning Dutch and I found the Laura Speaks Dutch podcast very good and entertaining.


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